Here’s the problem:
An estimated one in six women has been the victim of either an attempted or completed rape.
Fewer than an estimated 1/3 of rapes are ever reported.
Of those, only an estimated 6% of accused rapists end up serving time, despite the fact that an estimated 90 - 98% are guilty.
We do have laws against rape, but the system is rigged in the rapist’s favor. We routinely dismiss victim’s claims and even blame or attack the victim. It’s no wonder that such a small percentage of rapes are reported to the authorities.
We also tend to reflexively disregard claims of rape when…